USC opens the season in a familiar spot in ESPN The Magazine's preseason Power 16.
USC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2007 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.
The recipe for the 2007 season features a generous sprinkling of Southeastern Conference powers, a dash of Southern California and a pinch of the southernmost team in the country.
With the 2006 season barely in the rearview mirror, Mark Schlabach looks down the road to the top 25 teams of the 2007 season.
All the way from Alabama to California, Week 3 of the season is loaded with premier matchups, writes Craig James.
Todd McShay takes a look at 16 players who need to perform in 2006 for their teams to meet or exceed expectations.
From Notre Dame to Auburn, Todd McShay breaks down the top backfields of 2006.
David Irons might be his younger brother's biggest critic, but he is also one of the reasons Kenny Irons is a Heisman Trophy hopeful, writes Mark Schlabach.
Who can win it all in 2006 when the best have already lost so much?
Stanford QB Jim Plunkett won the Heisman in 1970, but the position has evolved so much since then, he might not have even made the field in 2005.
It's never too early to look at what's hot and what's not for the 2005 college football season.